College of Veterinary Medicine

Faculty Spotlight – Dr. Dominique Griffon

Dr. Dominique Griffon book cover

In January 2016, Dr. Dominique Griffon, DMV, MS, PhD, DECVS, DACVS, Professor and Associate Dean for Research at the College of Veterinary Medicine, published a nearly 1,000 page-long textbook, Complications in Small Animal Surgery (Wiley, 2016; 978-0-470-95962-6). The purpose of this book is to provide students and surgeons of all levels an up-to-date resource for diagnosing, managing and preventing complications related to small animal surgery. Its format is designed to enhance ease of use and appeal to readers, with well-illustrated case-based practical guides and scientific summaries of recent literature. This extensive work comprises 123 chapters, covering complications related to soft-tissue, neurologic and orthopedic procedures in dogs and cats. The book is co-edited by Dr Hamaide, DVM, PhD, DECVS, Associate Professor in Surgical Oncology at the University of Liege, Belgium and involves more than 70 authors.